HBS Mysteries

Where did the turkey(s) go? Where did the turkey(s) come from? I’m sure someone knows… but they remain an HBS mystery. Was there only one turkey or two? Perhaps the turkey(s) knew the answers to some other mysteries.” You’ve been here a while, you know how it works, you know the score, what you are… Continue reading HBS Mysteries

HBSers Pack OWA Common Rooms for Thursday's International Food & Drink Festival

International Week at HBS was celebrated in great style, quite evident by the colorful costumes and exotic cuisines from all corners of the globe. On Thursday during International Week, the common rooms of One Western Avenue and Soldiers Field Park were packed with HBSers-participants as well as visitors. Entering this vibrant setting, one couldn’t help… Continue reading HBSers Pack OWA Common Rooms for Thursday's International Food & Drink Festival

Oscar the Grouch Wants His Trash Back! Green Living Program Conducts Waste Audit

The Graduate Green Living Program at Harvard Business School conducted a Waste Audit on October 21 to get an idea of what the current recycling habits of the HBS Community are like. Fourteen Green Living Representatives, half of which attend HBS with the remainder attending the Kennedy School of Government and Harvard Law School, collected… Continue reading Oscar the Grouch Wants His Trash Back! Green Living Program Conducts Waste Audit

Rotten Egg Odor From Construction Site Explained

Walking outside during the last few weeks, many students have been asking, “What’s that awful smell?” It was clearly emanating from the One Western Avenue construction site. Was it a gas leak or some accident? The answer is no. It is a by-product of the site excavations, caused by the disturbance of a 10-foot layer… Continue reading Rotten Egg Odor From Construction Site Explained